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Tablet Keyboards Apple Magic Keyboard for iPad Pro 12.9" (5th Generation) (English)

Apple Magic Keyboard for iPad Pro 12.9" (5th Generation) (English)



Three tips when buying a keyboard

In addition to standard keyboards, there are many different keyboards that are adapted for different purposes. Here are two examples.

  • Gaming. One of the most common custom keyboards today are those made specifically for gaming. Select this type of keyboard if you primarily want to play games.

  • Work from home. If you're primarily going to use the keyboard for your work, it may be worth investing in an ergonomic keyboard. These may look a little different, so it’s up to you to think about what suits your work situation. If you work with numbers, for example, a keyboard with a built-in numeric keypad can be invaluable.

  • Ergonomic keyboards. These often look a bit different, e.g. it's common for them to be slightly bent or arched, and they are designed to be used for a long time without causing pain or repetitive strain injuries.

A safe way to find out if you’ll be happy with your keyboard is to test out a couple in a physical store. How do the keys feel? Would you be willing to work on the keyboard for long periods?

Though a keyboard should feel good from the start, you should also expect it to take some time before you're completely comfortable with it. This is especially true if you have purchased a new keyboard for ergonomic purposes, as you will have to learn a new, ergonomic way of typing.

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